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Two Paper Divas~ Feel Better Birdie

Happy Friday Crafty Friends, I'm back to share with you an lil' make I made for
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Today I have a card using the newly released 
Feel Better set. How cute is this??? LOVE!!
I started by covering my 4.25x5.5 card base with light Green DP from my stash and trimming a half inch off the edge. I then trimmed it with a yellow Polka Dot Strip of DP from my scrap stash. I paper-pieced this lil' Birdie with the same yellow polka dot DP and then stamping the Image again onto yellow-orange cardstock and trimming out the feet. I stamped the eyes onto white cardstock and colored the lids with Spectrum Noir Markers. I pieced him all together onto my card base. Stamped the sentiment and finished with Enamel dots for texture. I couldn't resist stamping, coloring and cutting out the band-aids for the edge for another added element. 
Of course this set has cute several cute sentiments, so used another one inside with another fussy cut band-aid. 
I sure hope this lil' "Feel Better" Birdie put a smile on your face! Be sure to join me next Friday for another fun make using this month's New Releases.  
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Comments

Gayla O'Dell said…
Amy...love this little bird card! Very fun layout and use of all the stamps. Also loved the finished inside!
Two Paper Divas said…
He is adorable even if he is not feeling well. :) Such a cute card Amy!! Melissa
brilliant us of the band-aids, so cute!

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